Young Muslims following Muslim celebrities

Discussion in 'Refutation' started by Sunni By Nature, Dec 9, 2019.

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  1. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    of course not.

    one should follow elderly and pious ulama - not contemporary celebrities. listen to shaykh husary and learn from his recitation.

    such young kids would hardly know the rules of tajweed, let alone the nuances of the science.

    having a good voice and having been trained by someone to recite a few surahs, doesn't automatically make one an expert who is to be imitated or looked upon as a role-model.

    nas'alu Allah al-aafiyah.
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  2. Sunni By Nature

    Sunni By Nature Active Member

    Should Young Muslims look up to young Quran Reciters, Na'at Khawans, Nashid Artists, singers and social media influencers like Harris J, Awais Iqbal, Hamzah Khan, Ahmad Rubani, Dina Tokio, UmmxAbdullah, HasanatOfficial, Zayn Malik, the Khan Twinz, Geko, the Deewane Mustafa Twins and others when a lot of them are fame hungry and show their true colours once they have amassed a huge following through social media?

    Take Harris J, the son of Rahim Jung for Example:

    Before becoming famous:

    After becoming famous:

    Last edited: Dec 9, 2019

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